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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN 

Vol. XXXII October 23, 1934 No. 8 



Catalogue of 

Motion Picture Films 

and Glass Slides 

1934-1935 




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University oi Illinois 

Visual Aids Service 

113 Education Building 
Urbanu 



Published weeklj by the Universitj of Illinois. Entered as econd-class matter Decern- 
bi i ii. 1912, .i the posl office al Urbana, Illinois, under the Act of Augusl 24, 1912. 
Acceptance for mailing at the special rate oi postage provided for in section 1103, Ad 
oi I >< tober 3, 1917, authorized fuly 31, 1918. 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 



Arthur Cutts Willard, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D., President 
of the. University 



Thomas Eliot Bexxer, Ed.D., Dean of the College of 
Education 

Russell Taaffe Gregg, Ph.D., Assistant Principal of the 

University High School, Instructor in Education, and 

in charge of the Visual Aids Service 



CONTENTS 

Introduction 3 

The Plan for a Cooperative 16mm Film Library. ... 3 

Fees 3 

Rules Governing the Visual Aids Service 4 

Suggestions Relative to Ordering 4 

Suggestions on the Operation of Projectors 4 

Additional Films on the Subject of Health 5 

Visual Instruction Equipment 5 

Alphabetical List of 16mm Films 6 

Alphabetical List of 35mm Films 16 

Alphabetical List of Glass Slide Sets 24 



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The Plan for a Cooperative 16mm Film Library 

A year ago a plan was suggested for building a central library of 16mm 
classroom films for the use of cooperating Illinois schools. According to the 
plan a school purchases and deposits a 16mm classroom film in the Visual 
Aids Library and pays a service fee of $5 per year. This entitles the school 
to unlimited use of the 16mm films and glass slides during the year In- 
asmuch as the average life of a film which is booked once a week is approxi- 
mately two years, schools are asked to deposit a classroom film every two 
years. Excellent classroom films may be purchased for as little as $24 per 
reel, and therefore the total yearly cost to a school is approximately $17 a 
year With the issuance of this catalogue, the beginning of the second year 
of the plan, there are available to member schools more than 150 reels of 
16mm film. Among these are more than thirty reels which cannot be rented 
trom a bureau of visual instruction for less than one dollar per dav 

It is expected that additional classroom films will be deposited during the 
year. Member schools will be advised concerning new films from time to 
time. School administrators or teachers wishing to deposit a film for their 
school should write the Visual Aids Service for instructions on selecting a 
him so as not to duplicate those in the library. 

The 16mm film is rapidly replacing the 35mm film for school use for the 
following reasons: (1) The equipment and film are easier to handle Any 
teacher can learn to operate a 16mm projector in ten minutes. (2) All 
16mm films are on safety stock, thus avoiding all danger of fire. No booth 
is required for projecting 16mm films. (3) The purchase and rental prices 
Di 16mm films are much less than for 35mm films. (4) A 16mm film costs 
nuch less for transportation than a 35mm film. (5) The picture obtained 
trom a 16mm film is regarded adequate for all practical purposes, including 
>mall auditorium use. 

Fees 

1. Schools depositing a classroom film and paying a service fee of $5 
ire entitled to unlimited use of 16mm films and glass slides (See above ) 

2. An annual service fee of $7.50 entitles a school to unlimited use of the 
6mm films not marked by an asterisk and of the glass slides. A fee of 
>4.M) entitles a school to such service for one semester 

3 An annual service tee of $7.50 entitles a school to unlimited use of 
11 35mm films and ot the glass slides. A fee of $4.50 entitles a school to 
uch service for one semester. 

4. An annual service fee of $4 entitles a school to unlimited use of the 
* as c s s ,( . k> f- A f ee of $2.50 entitles a school to such service for one semester 

5. M the use of both sizes of 1.1m is desired. $2.50 should he added to 
he yearly service fee or $1.50 to the semester fee, as the case may be 

6. Single him titles or slide sets may be rented for a fee of fifty cents 
acn. I he fee must accompany the order. 



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Rules Governing the Visual Aids Service 

1. Transportation charges both ways will be paid by the user. In the 
case of 16mm films especially transportation is much cheaper by parcel post 
than express. Materials may be sent from this Service by parcel post if the 
borrower has a postage deposit ; otherwise all materials will be sent express 
collect. If it is desired that materials be sent by parcel post, a deposit vary- 
ing from $2 to $5 should be made depending upon the amount of material 
used. All parcel post shipments should be insured. 

2. Films are booked for one day's use. Slides are booked for three day's 
use. Return shipments must be sent not later than the morning following 
the date of booking or the next borrower may be seriously inconvenienced. 

3. The Service reserves the right to wire a user collect who holds a film 
more than one day or slides more than three days without permission. 

4. The user is liable for any undue damage to materials. The cost of 
replacing damaged films averages about six cents a foot, and broken slides 
about fifty cents each. 

5. Monthly reports concerning the circulation of materials are required 
of this Service. Therefore the user is required to fill out and return each 
time the Borrower's Report Card supplied. This card may be returned in 
express packages if desired. 

6. Borrowers are not permitted to loan materials to other individuals or 
institutions nor to use them for personal financial gain. 

7. Do not rewind films. Do not try to mend or pin films ; use wire clips 
instead. 

8. Address all packages and correspondence to Visual Aids Service, 113 
Education Building, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 

Suggestions Relative to Ordering 

1. Suggest more than one date for the booking of films or slides. This 
may save considerable correspondence. 

2. If possible make a first and second choice of subjects. 

3. State accurately the title of the film or set of slides. 

4. Be sure to state size of film wanted. The 16mm films are the narrow 
films and the 35mm films are the regular or wide size. 

Suggestions on the Operation of Projectors 

1. Confine the oil to the places to be lubricated. A large proportion of 
the troubles of the average projector is due to careless use of lubricants. 
Keep rollers that guide the film lubricated with light oil, but do not get the 
oil on the outside of the rollers. 

2. The film gate must be kept clean. Clean the tracks often; for if a 
particle of emulsion sticks to the tracks, it will gradually pick up more emul- 
sion and make scratches on the film. 

3. Do not use sandpaper or any metal object to remove emulsion. They 
will only roughen up the runners so as to make them worse at tearing off 
emulsion. Use the finger nail to remove emulsion from machine parts. 

4. If the sprockets are worn sharp, replace them immediately. They are 



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dangerous to films and cause an unsteady picture. It is much cheaper to 
replace worn sprockets than to buy new films. 

5. Do not use a projector until it is in good condition. It does not pay. 

Additional Films on the Subject of Health 

Illinois schools may obtain additional films on health, hygiene, nutrition, 
sanitation, and disease from the State Department of Public Health. A 
16mm projector may also be borrowed for showing the films. Teachers in- 
terested should write to Mr. B. K. Richardson, Chief, Division of Public 
Instruction, Department of Public Health, Springfield, Illinois. 

• Visual Instruction Equipment 

The Visual Aids Service will gladly give information in regard to visual 
instruction equipment to those who desire it. 

The cost of providing adequate motion picture equipment, films, and 
slides for a school is a relatively small item, and a legitimate one. It should 
be provided for in the regular budget. Teaching with the aid of motion 
pictures and slides is both an economical and efficient form of instruction. 

Note: Address all packages and correspondence to Visual 
Aids Service, 113 Education Building, University of Illi- 
nois, Urbana, Illinois. 



Alphabetical List of 16mm Films 

See page 3 for regulations governing the 16mm film service. 

Films marked with an asterisk are available only to schools which have 
deposited a classroom film in the Visual Aids Service Library. 

All 16mm films are on safety (non-inflammable) stock. The film sub- 
jects are one reel in length unless otherwise indicated. 



* Animal Life, Microscopic. 

_ Photomicrographic views show four 
single-celled animals: amoeba, Parame- 
cium (slipper-shaped protozoan), sten- 
tor (trumpet-shaped protozoan), vorti- 
cella (bell-shaped protozoan) ; and one 
remarkable multi-celled animal, the 
rotifer ("wheel" animalcule). Teacher's 
guide. Eastman classroom film, de- 
posited by Haw Creek Township High 
School. 

* Animals. 

Leopards, tigers, lions, gorillas, deer, 
chimpanzees, frogs and anteaters are 
shown. Shows development of tadpole 
into frog, and deer shedding their ant- 
lers. 

Annapolis, Apples of. 

A film tour of the famous Annapolis 
Valley, Nova Scotia, an extensive apple 
growing region, in blossom time and 
during harvest. Illustrates various 
phases of the apple industry. Many pic- 
torially beautiful scenes. 

*Ants. [}/ 2 reel) 

A film depicting interesting facts 
about ants. Shows eggs, larva, pupa ; 
and adult ants at work. 

^Argentina. 

Portrays this South American repub- 
lic as essentially agricultural and pasto- 
ral. Covers Patagonia, a region of 
sheep grazing; the arid uplands, which 
produce heavy crops of sugar cane and 
grapes with the aid of irrigation; the 
pampas, a flat expanse of loess combin- 
ing natural grazing grounds in the 
heart of Argentina with rich agricul- 
tural areas near the seaboard. The 
Transandean Railroad, the port cities of 
Bahia Blanca and Buenos Aires, and 
the Victoria Falls of the Iguassu are 
shown. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Urbana High 
School. 

^Atmosphere in Relation to Animal 
Life, Components of the. 

This film depicts experiments which 
studied the effects of varying the per- 



centages of oxygen, hydrogen, carbon 
dioxide, helium and argon in the air 
breathed by guinea pigs, fish, rats, dogs, 
pigeons, cats and mice. 

"Automobile, The. 

By tracing production and use of iron, 
rubber, glass and gasoline in the auto- 
mobile, the film presents a striking pic- 
ture of the interdependence of indus- 
tries. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Mattoon High 
School. 

Banana Land. 

This films depicts the cultivation of 
bananas in Central America and the 
West Indies, and the preparation of the 
crops for shipment. It is adapted to use 
in geography classes, as it shows scenes 
of native life. 

Behind the Cup. (2 reels) 

This film depicts the complete story 
of coffee from tree to cup: planting the 
seeds ; growing the trees ; picking the 
berries; blending, roasting; grinding 
and packing. 

Birds of Bonaventure. 

Glimpses of the famous Canadian bird 
sanctuary at Bonaventure Island in the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence and the various 
types of Canadian sea-fowl that nest in 
countless thousands on the cliffs of the 
picturesque home of birds. 

Blindness and Saving Sight, 

Preventing. (2 reels) 

Vision defects and their correction ; 
eye diseases, notably trachoma, and their 
prevention ; rules for eye health through 
proper illumination, eye care, and pre- 
ventive measures in childhood and old 
age ; and industrial eye protection. 
Popular treatment, suitable for lay audi- 
ences and for schools, as well as for 
medical social audiences. 

Books — From Manuscript to Class- 
room. 

This film holds consistently to the 
purpose for which it was made, as indi- 
cated in the title. The manuscript, type- 



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setting, raw paper stock, huge presses, 
folding, gathering, binding, trimming, 
covering, shaping, packing, and shipping. 
An interesting educational film. 

Bronze-Back, In Quest of the. 

The Bronze-back is probably the 
sportiest and most fighting species of 
bass, and this film depicts the experi- 
ences of a party of anglers on a fish- 
ing expedition where these finny war- 
riors are found in great numbers. 

Cane Sugar. (2 reels) 

This film shows primitive methods of 
producing cane sugar and the history of 
cane sugar from ancient times. The 
cane sugar regions of the world in pic- 
tures and animated maps. The process 
of raising the cane in Cuba from plant- 
ing to the harvest. Manufacture of raw 
sugar in Cuba. Refining sugar in New 
York. Packing of finished product. 
Graphic animation of the extensive use 
of sugar in U. S. Produced by Pathe in 
cooperation with Harvard University. 

Canoe Trails Through Mooseland. 

A scenic and nature film depicting a 
canoe trip through the wilds of north- 
eastern Canada and containing glimpses 
of picturesque woodland and waterways 
as well as many exceptional close-up 
"action" views of moose, deer, bear, 
beaver, and other wild life on land and 
water. 

-Cell, The Living. 

Pictures the division and growth of 
single-celled organisms: yeast, amoeba, 
Paramecium — many celled organisms: 
hydra and flatworm — tissue cells. Teach- 
er's guide. Eastman classroom film, de- 
posited by Yorkville Consolidated 
Schools. 

Cement Sack, From Mountain to. 

This film pictures the most important 
of 80 processes involved in cement man- 
ufacture, as explained to a pupil by a 
manikin who steps from an encyclo- 
pedia which the pupil has been Studying. 

Views of quarrying, loading, crushing, 

grinding, etc. All processes up to the 
idled sack are pictured. 

Chamber of Commerce, The Junior. 
A junior chamber of commerce helped 
to ekan up the city. 

"Cheese, Swiss. 

The various steps in the making of 
Swiss cheese are shown in this film. 



"'Circulation. 

Animations and photography trace the 
human circulatory system ; compare the 
human heart with that of a frog; and 
show the cycle of pulmonary circulation. 
Teacher's guide. Eastman classroom 
film, deposited by the University of 
Illinois High School. 

City by the Sea, The. 

A travelogue of historic Halifax, the 
capital of Nova Scotia, a city of much 
interest and charm. 

Cold, The Common. 

This film pictures the dangers of the 
common cold and shows how to prevent 
and care for it. 

Construction that Endures. 

This film demonstrates various ways 
in which concrete is employed in con- 
struction, including Panama canal, 
bridges, highways, railroad beds, farm 
buildings, irrigation pipes, walls, tennis 
courts, swimming pools, stadia, airports, 
fountains, and statuary. Animated 
graphs show correct proportions of ce- 
ment, stone, sand, and water. 

Cotton: From Seed to Cloth. 

(2 reels) 

Shows cotton growing regions of the 
world. The cotton growing in the 
Southern states, ginning, transportation 
to New England, manufacture into cloth 
and blankets, animations and color pho- 
tography show for the first time, the 
details of spinning and weaving of cot- 
ton textiles and blankets. Produced by 
rathe in cooperation with Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

"Cotton Growing. 

Shows various steps in preparing the 
ground; stages in the growth of cotton 
plants; methods of fighting the boll- 
weevil; harvesting, ginning, bagging, and 
transporting cotton. Teacher's guide. 
Eastman classroom film, deposited by 
Kewanee 1 1 igh School. 

Diagnostic Laboratories, Activi- 
ties of. 

This film depicts the activities which 
are carried on in the laboratory of the 
Illinois State Department of Public 
Health. Examining dog's head for 
rabies; making tests for diseases; col- 
lecting blood serum for convalescents 
for use in the treatment of infantile 
paralysis. Shows importance of labora- 
tories in the control of disease. 



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Digging Up the Past. 

A unique and instructive film show- 
ing the Badlands of the Red Deer Val- 
ley. Alberta, Canada, the most prolific 
field in the world for paleontological 
research, and how dinosaurs are located 
and secured. The film also depicts the 
work of assembling the fossilized bones 
of prehistoric monsters at the Royal 
Victoria Museum, Ottawa, Canada. 

Diphtheria, Outwitting. 

This is a health film showing ways of 
preventing diphtheria. The efficacy of 
antitoxin in fighting diphtheria. 

Drinking Health. (2 reels) 

Shows how nature provides for 
quenching our thirst, the great govern- 
ment enterprises established to supply 
us with pure drinking water and the 
needs and uses of drinking water by the 
bod)". Dangers of contamination from 
unclean drinking vessels are shown with 
suggestions of medical authority as how 
to avoid them. Vividly illustrated by ac- 
tion scenes and microscopic photogra- 
ph)-. Produced by Pathe in cooperation 
with Harvard University. 

Edison, Thomas A. 

Two-score years after Edison in- 
vented the incandescent lamp, he was 
the guest of honor at the laboratories 
of the General Electric Company in 
Schenectady. This picture gives intimate 
glimpses of the famous inventor as he 
inspected the methods employed in the 
development of his greatest contribution 
to modern life. 

"Electricity, Magnetic Effects of. 

Includes magnetism and magnetic in- 
duction with their applications to the 
electromagnet, the electric bell, the am- 
meter, the voltmeter, and the motor ; 
the theory of permanent magnetism ; an 
explanation of terrestrial magnetism. 
Teacher's guide. Eastman classroom 
film, deposited by East Aurora High 
School. 

^Embryo, The Development of 
a Bird. 

An elementary treatment, by means 
of photomicrography and diagram, using 
the chick for early stages, the wren for 
the last stage and hatching. Technique 
of mounting the embryo for observa- 
tion, establishment of circulation, ac- 
tion of the heart, and development of 



three membranes — yolk sac, amnion, and 
allantois. Teacher's guide. Eastman 
classroom film, deposited by West Chi- 
cago Community High School. 

Emile Lost his Temper, When. 

A lesson in school citizenship for 
grade school pupils. 

"Energy from Sunlight. 

Explains the principle of a solar en- 
gine ; pictures the energy of falling 
water, sunlight, and wind power ; shows 
how energy from sunlight stimulates 
plant growth, and is stored for future 
use in the form of wood and coal. 
Teacher's guide. Eastman classroom 
film, deposited by Ottawa Township 
High School. 

Evangeline, The Land of. 

A scenic travelogue of the historic 
Minas region of Nova Scotia immortal- 
ized in Longfellow's famous poem 
"Evangeline." The film contains inter- 
esting views of the scenery of this old 
Acadian land as well as glimpses of 
Evangeline's Well, Grand Pre, the old 
dykes, mighty Blomidon and other 
famous land marks. 

*Feet, The. 

Shows details of structure and ar- 
rangement of arches ; the best mechani- 
cal use of the foot; the points of a 
good shoe, and harmful effect of im- 
proper shoes ; good feet as an asset. 
Eastman classroom film. 

Feet, The. 

This film shows the structure of the 
feet, the function of the arches, and the 
need for properly fitted shoes. 

"Flower to Fruit, From. 

Shows how all parts of a flower help 
in producing seeds. The flowers of 
roses, lilies and apples mature, anthers 
produce pollens, insects assist in polli- 
nation, pollen tubes grow, fertilization 
is completed, and the fruit develops. 
Time-lapse motion photomicrography 
and animated diagrams are freely used. 
Teacher's 2;uide. Eastman classroom 
film. 

*Fly, The House. 

A life history, depicting larva, pupa, 
and adult. The structure of the house 
fly, which helps to make it a health 
menace, is shown in motion photomicro- 



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graphs. The dangerous habits, rapidity 
of breeding, and methods of control of 
this common insect are convincingly 
shown. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by East Aurora 
High School. 

Food and Growth. 

A feeding experiment with white rats, 
actually carried on in a classroom, 
demonstrates the food value of milk as 
compared with coffee and candy. The 
system of feeding, cleaning of cages, 
and charting of growth records are 
given in detail. Eastman classroom film. 

Football. 

Scenes from a college football game 
(Kansas vs. Missouri). Excellent ac- 
tion, with passing, kicking, and tackling. 

Football. 

A college game between Kansas and 
Kansas Aggies. Many of the scenes are 
in slow motion photography. A 95-yard 
run after kickoff, forward passing and 
punting are seen. 

Forest Fire Fighters of the Skies. 

(2 reels) 

This film depicts how one country 
protects its forests from the ravages of 
fire by aerial patrol and service. Shows 
operations of air station; aerial patrol 
over forest; transportation of fire-fight- 
ing apparatus to scenes of conflagrations 
by air; actual fighting of fires by aerial 
forest protection forces. 

Forest, The Conquest of the. 

A film depicting the logging opera- 
tions in the vast timber tracts of On- 
tario and Quebec, containing views of 
lumber jacks at work felling trees and 
preparing logs. Also views showing 
transportation of logs from the Eoresl 
to waterways. 

Franklin, Benjamin. 

This film reproduces some scenes 
from the lift- of Franklin. 

Glaciers, Daughter of the. 

High among the snow-capped peaks 

of Jasper National Park lies this gem 
of Nature — Maligne Lake. Cold, clear, 
beautiful, it was born in the high-flung 

glaciers, guarded long by a company of 
Alpine Titans that lift their great heads 
into the clouds. In this film yon arc 
taken on a round of the Lake by boat, 



bringing before your eyes the beauty of 
this Lake. 

Glass, The Romance of. 

An instructive film taken in one of the 
largest plants manufacturing glass jars. 
Many views depicting the processes in 
the manufacture of glass products are 
shown. The history of glass from its 
early discovery by the Phoenicians to 
the modern method of blowing glass 
jars by machinery. Demonstration of 
cold pack canning. 

Heavens, Communing with the. 

A film trip through a large observa- 
tory. This film will do much to give a 
clear insight into the work of astrono- 
my, seismography and other undertak- 
ings carried on in a modern observatory. 

Illini Trail. (3 reels) 

This three reel picture presents a 
cross-section of scholastic work, scien- 
tific research, and student life on the 
Urbana-Champaign and Chicago cam- 
puses of the University of Illinois. The 
film is of general interest. 

^Induced Currents. 

The principle of electromagnetic in- 
duction applied to commercial genera- 
tors ; the conversion of alternating cur- 
rent into direct current; the action of 
the commutator, transformer, and tele- 
phone. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Belvidere High 
School. 

: Tron Ore to Pig Iron. 

Outlines the mining of ore in the 
Mesabi range; its transportation to Du- 
1 lit H and through the "Soo" canal to 
Gary, Indiana, where it is smelted and 
cast into pigs. Teacher's guide. East- 
man classroom film, deposited by Rock- 
ford Public Schools. 

^Irrigation. 

Pictures the effect of irrigation on 
arid lands; the Roosevelt Project; the 
Imperial Valley Project; irrigation in 
the region of San I )iego. Teacher's 
guide. Eastman classroom film, de- 
posited by the University of Illinois 
High School. 

Isles of Sunshine. 

This film depicts an ocean cruise to 
many interesting islands: Bahamas, 
Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad, Bara- 
dos, and Porto Rico. 



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"Jefferson, Thomas. 

Interesting events in the life of Jef- 
ferson are depicted. 

Lake and Highland Paradise, A. 

This film depicts scenes of the lakes 
and highlands of Eastern Ontario, 
Canada. 

Learn and Live (Value of 
First Aid). 

A dangerous trip by automobile to a 
mine and a first aid class is the frame 
work for showing, in a realistic man- 
ner, safe and unsafe attitudes, methods 
and practices. The thrilling swimming 
near-tragedy and resuscitation is well 
done ; converts the careless brother and 
prompts him to study first aid methods. 

"Lenses. 

Emphasizes those phases of lens re- 
fraction admirably shown by animation: 
action of a converging lens, real and 
virtual images, changes of magnifica- 
tion ; effect of a diverging lens and for- 
mation of the virtual image; construc- 
tion and explanation of achromatic 
lenses. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by the LaSalle- 
Peru Township High School. 

Light of a Race, The. 

This film depicts a historical account 
of artificial illumination. In successive 
scenes it depicts the use of the flint, 
stick and groove, drill, and match to ob- 
tain fire; and of the torch, stone lamp, 
candle, oil lamp, gas, and the incan- 
descent lamp as sources of light. 

Little Brother and Sister. 

Deals specifically with the care of 
infants. How to bathe and handle in- 
fants. Effect of lack of sunshine on the 
infant's health. The importance of 
health examinations. 

"Living Things Find a Home on the 
Earth, How. 

A film useful in nature study. Pre- 
historic animals, penguins, ostriches, 
snowshoe hare, hermit crab, frogs, 
toads, and butterflies are shown. 

Lumbering in British Columbia. 

This educational film, replete with 
scenic beauties, shows, in a graphic man- 
ner, the lumbering operations, from the 
felling of the giant trees to the export 
shipping of the finished product. 



Machine Age, Behind the Scenes 

in the. (3 reels) 

Deals with the general theme of 
human waste in industry, particularly 
as related to women workers. Special 
.emphasis is given to technological 
changes as a possible factor in unem- 
ployment unless a well-planned program 
of adjustment of workers displaced by 
machines is adopted. The film portrays 
the efforts of the Women's Bureau of 
the Department of Labor to meet this 
problem. 

"Machines, Simple. 

The simple machines, lever and in- 
clined plane, are developed as funda- 
mental to other machines. Principles of 
mechanical advantage, moments, work, 
efficiency, and conservation of energy 
are applied. Complex machines are 
shown to be combinations of simple 
ones. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Elgin High 
School. 

Maritime Provinces, The. 

This film contains glimpses of many 
of the outstanding features of the Prov- 
inces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick 
and Prince Edward Island. View of 
Halifax, Charlottetown, St. John, Fred- 
ericton, Cape Breton, Annapolis valley, 
etc. 

Market-Place, The Nation's. 

(2 reels) 

This was taken on the floor of the 
stock exchange. A clear, graphic, and 
understandable portrayal of the method 
and system of transactions in stocks, 
accurately depicting the work inside 
and behind the greatest capital security 
market in the world. 

Mazda Lamp Manufacturing. 

(2 reels) 

This film briefly presents the develop- 
ment of artificial illumination. The suc- 
cessive stages in the manufacture of 
Mazda lamps are shown. 

Metals of a Motor Car. (2 reels) 

Shows use of metals and alloys in 
construction and operation of parts of 
a motor car and necessity of construct- 
ing them with combination of metals 
that will withstand heat, oppose wear, 
and resist shock. Depicts why numer- 
ous parts are made especially to with- 
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designed to give hardness and tough- 
ness, or resistance to shock and cor- 
rosion. Portrays the construction of 
man)' automobile parts. 

Microbe, Man Against. 

This film pictures the war which 
medical science has successfully waged 
against disease. It opens with a dra- 
matic portrayal of the London Plague in 
1665 and later scenes present Leeuwen- 
hoek, Pasteur, Lister, and Von Behring. 
The film features the practical applica- 
tion of scientific discoveries, as in diph- 
theria immunization, milk pasteurization, 
the prevention of sepsis, etc. 

Microscope, Beyond the. 

This film, a simple visualization of a 
scientific subject, explains the decompo- 
sition of water into hydrogen and oxy- 
gen, the union of these gases in com- 
bustion, their atomic structure, and their 
combination to form a molecule of 
water. 

Milk, Modern. 

The processes involved from the milk- 
ing of the cows to the canning and ship- 
ping of evaporated milk are shown in 
this film. 

Milk Production and Pasteurization. 

(2 reels) 

Traces step by step from the cow on 
the farm to the consumer at the dining 
room table, the production and distri- 
bution of milk under reasonably satis- 
factory sanitary conditions. Every scene 
shows some phase of the great milk 
industry as it operates day by day in 
Illinois. 

Mining Nickel, Copper Ore. 

This film depicts the operations in the 
mining of nickel and copper ore in a 
large mine. 

Monel Metal, The Story of. (2 reels) 

This film presents the educational 
stud} of a unique metal. Depicts the 
processes in manufacture and the many 

if monel metal, Many \er\ inter- 
esting scenes. 

Money, Making. 

\ film i rip through the Royal Mint at 
Ottawa, the Capital df Canada, showing 
the various processes in the making of 
mi mey. 



^Newspaper, From Tree to. 

Includes the steps involved in felling 
a tree, getting out logs, floating them to 
market, making wood pulp, and making 
paper ready for printing in a newspaper 
plant. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Rockford Pub- 
lic Schools. 

Niagara, the Glorious. 

Niagara Falls, including the splendid 
panoramic and close-up views of the 
Horseshoe and American Falls, the 
whirlpool rapids and the Gorge, together 
with glimpses of their picturesque en- 
virons. 

Niagara, Winter Witchery of. 

Famous as one of the world's greatest 
scenic spectacles, Niagara in winter 
dress is incomparably beautiful. This 
film depicts the glories of the great cata- 
ract under the Frost King's magic 
mantle when its picturesque environs 
are transformed by frozen spray into 
weirdly beautiful and fantastically 
shaped ice formations. 

:: Now You're Talking. 

An interesting animated cartoon illus- 
trating the harm that may result from 
improper handling of the telephone. 
(iood for grade school children. 

^Nursing — Routine Procedures, 

Home. 

Covers routine procedures in the care 
of a convalescent. The units are: 
(1) Taking Temperature, Pulse, and 
Respiration; (2) Preparing Patient for 
Breakfast; (3) Serving Food; (4) Pre- 
paring Patient for the Night. Teacher's 
guide. Eastman classroom him, deposited 
by Silvis Public Schools. 

"Oceanews. 

This film depicts life on a large ocean 
liner. Shows how officers determine the 
ship's location. 

Ontario's Summer Sorceries. 

Depicts the scenic spots of beaut}' 
around Ontario. 

^Optical Instruments. 

Utilizes the principles of reflection 

and refraction and applies them to opti- 
eal devices. The film units are: (1) Mir- 
rors; (2) The Eye and Spectacle Lenses ; 
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Moving Picture Projectors; (5) Micro- 
scopes and Telescopes. Teacher's guide. 
Eastman classroom film, deposited by 
Pekin Community High School. 

Panama Canal, The. 

The story of a great engineering ac- 
complishment is depicted in this film. It 
also illustrates the method by which the 
:anal is operated. 

Pearl Industry of Japan, The. 

This educational film depicts the dif- 
ferent operations in the cultivated pearl 
industry of Japan. 

"People Who Live by the Sea. 

A film lesson in world geography. 
Farms in Italy, pyramids of Egypt, Par- 
thenon of Greece, Colosseum and St. 
Peter's in Rome, Carthage, Constantin- 
ople, Venice, Genoa, Gibraltar, and Suez 
are shown. Visualizes how the Mediter- 
ranean has become a highway of com- 
merce. 

"People Who Live in the Mountain. 

Man}" beautiful scenes in Switzerland 
may be seen in this film. Mountains, 
lakes ; snow storms, avalanches, and 
glaciers are shown. 

■'People Who Live Through 
Industry. 

In this film German}- is seen to de- 
velop from an agrarian to an industrial 
country. Scenes of the Rhine, Alps, 
vineyards, grain fields, mines, foundries, 
and factories. 

"Philippine Islands, The. 

Pictures Manila; a sugar plantation; 
gathering, husking, chopping, drying co- 
conuts ; growing, threshing, nulling, pol- 
ishing rice ; preparing abaca stalks for 
hemp. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by De Kalb High 
School. 

"Plant, The Green. 

Stresses the fact that living things are 
dependent for food upon the green 
plant. The latter's processes of food- 
making and growth are accurately dia- 
grammed. Sunshine and chlorophyll, 
water and air, acting jointly, are seen 
to produce sugar and starch, which are 
stored in roots, stems, leaves, and fruits. 
Teacher's guide. Eastman classroom 
film, deposited by West Chicago Com- 
munity High School. 



"Pond, Down at Our. 

A nature study film showing water 
animals. Frog spawn, tadpoles, turtle 
and eggs, and snakes are shown. Com- 
parison of frog and toad. Snakes are 
shown sloughing their skins. 

Posture. 

Prepared in cooperation with the 
American Posture League. Good pos- 
ture, both standing and sitting; the 
part played by muscles in determining 
whether it shall be good or bad ; how to 
correct poor posture; and the im- 
portance of good posture in physical 
well being. Eastman classroom film. 

-Pottery Maker, The. 

This film vividly illustrates the 
method of making pottery by hand. 
Shows shaping of the clay, glazing the 
utensil, and the baking process. 

Power Transformers. (2 reels) 

Only by contrasting the earliest trans- 
former, weighing 20 pounds with the 
latest, which 'weighs 100 tons, can one 
appreciate the advance which has been 
made during the past thirty-five years in 
meeting the ever growing needs of in- 
dustry. This progress is pictured in 
these two reels. 

Ranger's Notebook, Leaves from a. 
A travelogue film depicting the ex- 
periences of a Rocky Mountain Ranger 
in Picturesque Jasper National Park, 
Canada, and containing a host of beau- 
tiful and out-of-the-ordinary scenic ma- 
terial, edited and titled in unique man- 
ner. 

Red-Head. 

The importance of proper care of the 
hair is emphasized. The film is well 
adapted to grade school pupils. 

"Refrigeration. 

The ammonia compression system of 
refrigeration applied to artificial ice- 
making and mechanical refrigerators — 
making "dry ice" ; harvesting natural 
ice ; construction of refrigerator cabi- 
nets ; circulation of air due to con- 
vection. Teacher's guide. Eastman class- 
room film, deposited by Sterling Town- 
ship High School. 

-Relay Games, The Kansas (1930). 

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of the shot put, 120 yard low hurdles, 
broad jump, pole vault, discus throw, 
100 yard dash, javelin throw, high jump, 
and the mile relay are included. 

River of Deep Waters, The. 

This film depicts the steamer trip 
from Quebec up the Saguenay River to 
quaint Chicoutimi and offers glimpses 
of Murray Bay, Tadousac, the famous 
Capes, and other features that have 
made the Saguenay River famous for 
its historic associations and scenery. 

Rubber, Romance of. (2 reels) 

Scenes on one of the largest rubber 
plantations in Sumatra. Shows the rub- 
ber industry from seed planting to the 
finished product. 

"Sahara, Life in the. 

Illustrates nomadic life on the desert 
with scenes of camp life, a journey by 
caravan to the oasis market place, busy 
bazaars, lively bartering, a Mohamme- 
dan mosque, the return of caravans 
loaded with supplies. Teacher's guide. 
Eastman classroom film, deposited by 
Princeton Elementary Schools. 

Salmon Are Caught, How. 

This film shows the different methods 

used in catching salmon, and discloses 
something of the vastness of the in- 
dustry. 

Salt, Pillars of. 

This picture was photographed at one 
of the largest mines and refineries in the 
United States, many of the scenes hav- 
ing been filmed more than a thousand 
Eeel underground. It depicts the 
processes by which salt is prepared For 

the market. 

School Goes into Industry, A. 

0/2 reel) 

Shows how the boys and skirls of a 
School built and operated a school cafe- 
teria. 

Seeing How You See. 

Comparison of eye with scientifically 

ground lenses of a camera; abnormal 
Conditions and remedies; eye examina- 
tion and the defects and ailments which 

may be detected; graphic distinction be- 
tween optician and oculist; the tragedy 
of poor vision. 

Shoemaking, Romance of. (2 reels) 
I Ins film t races the development of 



the modern shoe historically. All the 
processes in the manufacture of a shoe 
are vividly pictured. 

Shrines of American History, 
A Tour to. 

A film sponsored by the National 
Committee on Boys and Girls Club 
Work. Takes the pupil to the colonial 
homes of Washington and Jefferson, 
the Gettysburg battlefield, Provincetown, 
Plymouth Rock, Boston, Washington, 
and A Century of Progress. 

"Soil, The Formation of. 

Introduces the student to the rock- 
soil cycle by means of demonstrations, 
animations, and actual photography. The 
story of the disintegration of rock in- 
cludes the work of the weather, stream 
erosion and transportation, glaciers, 
wind and waves, rain and air, and 
plants and animals. Teacher's guide. 
Eastman classroom film, deposited by 
Oakwood Township High School. 

Somewhere in Europe. 

A film lesson in citizenship for grade 
school pupils. Shows immigrants corn- 
in- to the United States. 

-South, The New. 

Traces the rapid progress of the Xew 

South; its agricultural products— cotton, 
tobacco, rice, early vegetables, fruits, 
nuts; raw materials— marble, aluminum 
ore (bauxite), coal, limestone, iron; and 
water power for the paper, cotlon- 

goods and other industries. Birming- 
ham, Mobile, New Orleans, and Miami 
,ne shown. Teacher's guide. Eastman 
classroom film, deposited by the Greeley 
School, Winnetka. 

Spare Time. (2 reels) 

This film is one of human interest 
and explains the forest conservation oi 
Canada. It carries a storj throughout 

and ends with a thrilling climax when 
lack Baldwin, who entered the ForeSl 

Service because he thought it was a 

good place to leal, ^a\cs the life ^\ his 
chief while- fighting a forest fire. 

Spark Plug, The Story of a. (2 reds) 

This film illustrates the- operation and 
use of spark plu.^s in various vehicles 

propelled by motors. Animated draw 

ingS showing action of spark plug and 

value of good insulator. Also depicts 

the processes in the' maim factuie of a 

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to the packing of the plug. Suggestions 
on proper operation of spark plugs. 

* Spiders. 

Aids in recognition, illustrates char- 
acteristic habits, and shows the develop- 
ment of several species of spiders, by- 
means of interesting actual photography 
and animated diagrams. The units are: 
(1) structure of the spider; (2) spin- 
ning an Orb web; (3) rearing the 
young; and (4) trapdoor spiders. 
Teacher's guide. Eastman classroom 
film, deposited by Springfield High 
School. 

Storage Battery, The Story of. 

(2 reels) 

Reel 1 shows the historical develop- 
ment of the storage battery, and the 
various steps in its manufacture. Reel 
2 shows the various ways in which the 
battery is tested, sealed, and packed. 
Animated drawings visualize action in 
battery during charging and discharg- 
ing. 

Sugar Maple Tree, Harvest of the. 

An educational film depicting life in 
the sugar bush, demonstrating the old 
and new methods of tapping maple 
trees, of gathering sap, and transport- 
ing it to the kettles. It shows the boil- 
ing in modern evaporators, the bottling 
and canning of the maple syrup in the 
factory, and finally, an old fashioned 
sugar bush party. 

Sulphur. (2 reels) 

This film depicts all the processes in 
the production of sulphur: drilling 
wells; sending steam to bottom of wells; 
storing liquid sulphur ; removing of 
sides of sulphur vats; blasting and 
shipment of the cooled sulphur. Ani- 
mated drawings depict the many uses of 
sulphur ; also explains the numerous 
uses of sulphuric acid, which consume 
about three-fourths of the crude sulphur 
produced. 

Teeth, Care of the. 

A film that records, by labeled radio- 
graphs, animated drawings, and actual 
photography, the parts of a tooth, pro- 
phylactic treatment, the progress of de- 
cay, the effects on the teeth of bad 
habits and disease, and the rules for 
systematic home care and brushing of 
teeth. Eastman classroom film. 



Tire, Story of a. 

Depicts the many processes in the 
manufacture of a tire. Shows the 
sources of materials: rubber plantations, 
cotton plantations, textile mills. 

Valves, Their Manufacture and Uses. 

(3 reels) 

Close-up views and cross sections of 
angle, globe, gate, and check valves. 
Complete story of the manufacture of 
brass valves. Shows the making of iron 
and steel valves, including forging pop- 
pet, butterfly, check, and gate valves ; 
27 foot butterfly valve, the largest made. 

Voice of Business, The. (3 reels) 

These reels tell the story of paper, 
from the cutting of the pulpwood to the 
shipping of the watermarked paper. All 
of the various processes vividly por- 
trayed. 

^Volcanoes. 

Quiet overflow types are contrasted 
with volcanoes having explosive erup- 
tions. Products of volcanoes and the 
life history of a volcanic cone. Subjects 
include Hawaiian volcanoes, the Pali- 
sades, eruptions of a South American 
volcano, Mt. Vesuvius, and a recent 
cinder cone of Lassen Peak. Teacher's 
guide. Eastman classroom film. 

^Washington, George. 

A lesson in citizenship for grade 
school pupils. Scenes depicting the Revo- 
lutionary War, Washington's inaugu- 
ration, and Mount Vernon are shown. 

-Water Cycle. 

Graphic presentation of the continu- 
ous circulation of water, from earth to 
sky and back to earth. Examples of 
evaporation, condensation, precipitation, 
storage, and run-off are given. Teacher's 
guide. Eastman classroom film, de- 
posited by Danville Public Schools. 

*Water. 

The steps in securing a city's water 
supply are shown. Watershed, dam, 
reservoir, valves, etc., are pictured. Old 
fashioned water mill and modern power 
plant are shown. 

^Webster, Daniel. 

Scenes depicting the boyhood of Web- 
ster and Webster in Congress. The 



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Capitol at Washington, Washington 
Monument, Statue of Liberty, and the 
Senate chamber are shown. 

Within the Gates. (2 reels) 

Emphasizes in the story of Dad's 
shirt, the part played by women in the 
country's mass production and business. 
Women's contribution is shown in the 
picking of the cotton, the mill processes, 
the packing, shipping, and selling of the 
finished product. 

Women's Bureau, Story of the. 

Shows the development of the 
Women's Bureau (U. S. Department of 
Labor) out of the need for definite in- 
formation about conditions under which 
women are working and for leadership 
in the establishment of standards for 
their employment. 

"Worker, The Industrial. 

A film lesson in vocational guidance. 
Comparison of number of pupils finish- 
ing grade school, high school, and col- 
lege. Conveys the necessity of prepar- 



ing one's self for opportunities which 
may arise. 

X-Ray, Revelations by. 

This is a pictorial record of the revo- 
lution effected in the medical art and in 
some branches of industry by the dis- 
covery and application of the x-ray. The 
film includes views of the anatomy and 
functions of the human skeleton as re- 
vealed by this development in electrical 
science, and indicates uses to which it is 
put in manufacturing processes. 

Yoke of the Past. (3 reels) 

This film depicts a century of prog- 
ress in Agriculture. It presents a sym- 
pathetic picture of the farmer's prob- 
lems and is also intended to inform the 
farmer, himself, of modern methods by 
which these problems are being solved. 

Yosemite, Glimpses of. 

This film is a scenic travelogue 
through the Yosemite National Park, 
showing the high waterfalls, the rugged 
mountains and the beautiful canyon 
drives. 



Alphabetical List of 35mm Films 

See page 3 for regulations governing the 35mm film service. 

Films on safety | non-inflammable) stock are indicated by the word 
""(Safety)" following the title. All other films are on nitrate (inflammable) 
stock. The film subjects are one reel in length unless otherwise indicated. 



Anaconda Sheet Copper, Manufac- 
ture of. (Safety) (2 reels) 
This film shows the story of copper 
from mine to consumer: scenes in mine; 
crushing, screening; smelting; forming 
of copper; making of copper into 
anodes and refining by electrolysis ; roll- 
ing ; casting into bars. 

Annapolis, Apples of. (Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Anthracite. 

This film depicts the story of anthra- 
cite mining from the crude methods of 
a century ago to the modern and ef- 
ficient systems now in operation. 

Asbestos. (Safety) 

Shows sources of asbestos ; blasting 
of asbestos bearing rock and combining 
the longest and finest asbestos fibers ; 
making of textiles and many other 
asbestos products, such as fireproof rope 
and packings, gaskets, asbestos paper, 
fireproof shingles, etc. 

Benefactor, The. (Safety) (2 reels) 
In this film the story of Thomas A. 
Edison's life is depicted. Beginning with 
his early boyhood at Milan, Ohio, his 
birthplace, the picture reviews many in- 
teresting events in Mr. Edison's career. 
Tells the story of the inventor's untiring 
efforts and of the scientific triumphs 
through which he conferred great and 
permanent benefits on mankind. 

Big Deeds. (2 reels) 

This film depicts a trip through the 
Schenectady Works of the General Elec- 
tric Company and shows the manufac- 
ture of many different classes of elec- 
tric equipment, from delicate laboratory 
apparatus to great turbine generator 
sets. 

Bituminous. 

This film depicts the mining of bi- 
tuminous coal with special reference to 
the development of various methods ac- 
cording to the location and type of mine. 



Bread, Our Daily. 

This film reviews the evolution of the 
wheat industry from the primitive 
methods of harvesting, threshing, mill- 
ing, and baking to the modern use of 
machinery. 

Brick: From Clay to Pavement. 

(Safety) 

The progress of clay through the 
plant until it is laid on the road as 
vitrified paving brick. Of general tech- 
nical interest. 

Bronze Back, In Quest of the. 

(Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 



Busybody, The. 

This film, different from most, ani- 
mates 175 parts which are comprised 
in the smallest motor. After this little 
machine has built itself on the screen, 
a number of its practical applications 
are illustrated. 

Cane Sugar. (Safety) (2 reels) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Carrying American Products to 

Foreign Lands. (Safety) 

This film shows a diagram of a steel 
ship, the cargo holds, captain's and of- 
ficers' quarters. Shows placing of cargo 
for export ; details of running a ship ; 
unloading imports. 

Cascades, The Conquest of the. 

(Safety) 

The Cascade Mountains have always 
presented a difficult obstacle to trans- 
portation between the East and the sea- 
ports of the Pacific Northwest. This 
film depicts the new Cascade Tunnel 
and emphasizes its contribution to easier 
and faster transportation. 

Caterpillar Combine. (Safety) 

In the Wheat Belt of the United 
States and Canada, one of the most in- 



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teresting events of the year is the 
harvesting of grain. This film shows 
Caterpillar combines at work in the 
steep Palouse country of Washington, 
the delta lands of California, and in the 
great plains states. 

Caterpillar Combine, Evolution of 

the. (Safety) 

An historical type of film illustrated 
with small patent models. Story starts 
with the first combine-harvester, the 
Moore-Haskell, which was built in Kala- 
mazoo, Michigan, in 1833, and continues 
down through the various steps to the 
present day combine. 

Cedar Camps in Cloudland. (Safety) 
A strikingly photographed scenic sur- 
vey of the telephone-pole making indus- 
try amid the mountains of the North 
Pacific coast. 

Cocoon to Spool, From. (Safety) 

This picture visualizes the silk in- 
dustry. It depicts the eggs of the silk 
worm; the eggs hatching; silk worms 
feeding; spinning the cocoon, etc., and 
includes views of the silk factories and 
Japanese women at work. 

Colorado, Pictorial. (Safety) 

Scenic spots of Colorado, particularly 
near Colorado Springs. Many beautiful 
mountain views are shown. The film 
will be popular in general audiences. 

Conductor, The. 

This film illustrates the manufacture 
of lamp cord, showing the transforma- 
tion of raw copper from the Rocky 
Mountains, cotton from the South, rub- 
ber from Brazil, and silk from Japan 
into the finished product. 

Corn-Borer and What to Do about 

It. (Safety) (2 reels) 

This film depicts the life history of 
the European corn-borer and recom- 
mends to corn belt Earmers methods for 
keeping this dangerous inseel under 
control. Shows the laying of eggs by 
the moth, the hatching of the young 
larvae, molting, and emergence of the 
adult. Illustrates methods of control. 

Cotton, The Land of. (2 reels) 

I his film depicts the processes in the 
cotton industry from the planting of the 

seed to the Weaving of the fabric, and 
includes typical scenes at tin world's 
largesl plantation and most important 



cotton terminal, and in one of its great- 
est textile mills. 

Cotton: From Seed to Cloth. 

(Safety) (2 reels) 
See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Courage, Reward of. (2 reels) 

A very fine picture on cancer preven- 
tion and control. The story has enough 
plot to make the picture interesting as 
well as instructive. 

Crops, Row. (Safety) 

Depicts the work of the row crop 
farmer and truck gardener. Shows 
seedbed preparation, planting, cultivat- 
ing, harvesting, and preparation of the 
fields for the following year, and how 
Caterpillar tractors do these jobs. 

Cuba, the Island of Sugar. (2 reels) 
This film shows the world's greatest 
achievement in the cane sugar industry. 
Tells how cane sugar is produced in the 
largest sugar mill in the world. Depicts 
beautiful scenes in and around Havana, 
including home and gardens. 

Diphtheria Germ, Conquering the. 

(Safety) 

A good human interest film that 
depicts in a very interesting and enter- 
taining way the efficacy of antitoxin in 
righting diphtheria. 

Dirt Moving. (Safety) (2 reels) 

This film shows Caterpillar tractors at 
work on many of the contractors' diffi- 
cult jobs of dirt moving. These include 
building of dams, levees, roads, fire 
trails; coal stripping; and other jobs 
where dirt is moved by the thousands of 
yards. 

Disease, How Plants and Animals 
Spread. (Safety) 

Parasitism is explained by animated 
drawings showing how the mistletoe 
attacks and lives upon the oak tree. 
How bacteria \va\ upon the poison ani- 
mal or plant life, and how they multiply. 
Types of bacteria and the diseases they 
cause. Bacterial infection of teeth ; ac- 
tion of white corpuscles. Tuberculosis 
bacilli ; fresh air and sunshine their 
enemies. 

Disease, How to Prevent. (Safety) 

Photographs and animated drawings 
picturizing the water supply, and the 



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dangers that lurk behind ignorance and 
carelessness ; the menace of wells and 
springs contaminated through rock 
fissures and favorable soil formations. 
Animated graphs showing reduction in 
general death rates for different dis- 
eases as a result of preventive measures 
such as the pasteurization of milk, quar- 
antine, vaccination, the use of antitoxin, 
etc. 

Drinking Health. (Safety) (2 reels) 
See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Earth's Four Corners. (Safety) 

Presents story of a man's journey to 
the four corners of the globe in search 
of high quality raw materials. Film 
takes you to Peru, China, Australia, Rio 
de Janeiro, England, Canada, and 
Northwestern U. S. 

Edison, Thomas A. 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Federal Reclamation, The Story of. 

(Safety) (2 reels) 

This film depicts the steps in reclama- 
tion by irrigation from the desert to 
completed farm. A United States De- 
partment of the Interior film. 

Fly, as a Disease Carrier, The. 

(Safety) 

Compelling picturization of informa- 
tion of great importance to the public: 
the structure of the house fly; its feet, 
proboscis and crop, as related to the 
distribution of bacteria; the breeding 
and feeding habits of the fly, with spe- 
cial relation to spread of disease ; also 
life history and practical suggestions 
toward extermination. 

Food Shot from Guns. (Safety) 

This film depicts the picturesque rice 
fields of the Orient and their old meth- 
ods of threshing. Modern rice fields 
are shown with methods of threshing. 
Cooking process in guns which auto- 
matically "shoot" the grains out when 
cooked enough. 

Forest, Conquest of the. 

This film presents scenes in the 
logging country of the Northwest. Pic- 
tures a comprehensive view of the 
lumber industry, its magnitude and 
modern methods of operation. 



Forest, The Conquest of the. 

(Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Forestry, Modern. (Safety) 

A logging picture which shows duties 
of the forest patrolmen, their job, the 
advantage of firebreaks and trails, and 
the result of carelessness in the forest. 

Fruitland. (Safety) (2 reels) 

This film depicts the beautiful Niagara 
peninsula in full blossom. Modern 
methods in the care of orchards are 
pictured. Also the cherry canning in- 
dustry is shown in detail. 

Fur Industry of the United States. 

(Safety) (3 reels) 

This film presents a comprehensive 
survey of the fur resources of the 
United States; the different types of 
fur farms ; utilization of fur. 

Gasoline Motor, The Story of the. 

(Safety) (3 reels) 

Reel 1. — This film depicts by animated 
drawings action of gasoline in the cylin- 
ders and other working parts of a gaso- 
line engine. 

Reel 2. — Forging; machining and test- 
ing of principal parts of a motor and 
their operation in the motor. 

Reel 3. — Working of inlet and outlet 
valves, timing of action, and other in- 
teresting facts concerning gasoline 
motors. 

Gasoline, The Story of. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

Reel 1.— This film opens with data on 
annual consumption of gasoline in the 
U. S. Shows panoramic views of oil 
fields, storage tanks, pumping stations, 
maps of pipe lines in U. S. ; steps in 
manufacture and refining of gasoline. 

Reel 2. — Depicts additional treatment 
of gasoline to prepare for commercial 
use; shows cracking process, tests of 
the product and steps in transportation. 

Glass, The Romance of. (Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Greenland, Glimpses of. (Safety) 

This film was secured during one of 
the Canadian Government Arctic Expe- 
ditions that visited Godhavn, the capital 



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of Greenland, and contains interesting 
glimpses of the region, its Eskimo in- 
habitants and their lives. 

Harvesting, The Windrow Method 

of. (Safety) 

Where grain ripens unevenly, or the 
fields are filled with weeds, the grain is 
often cut with the windrow header and 
laid in windrows until it is dried, and 
then is picked up with a windrow pick- 
up unit and the grain carried into the 
combine and threshed. There are some 
very beautiful shots in this film from a 
photographic angle. 

Health. 

This is a popular film that deals with 
exercise and balanced diet and is very 
good for school use. 

Hogs, Health, and Happiness. 

(2 reels) 

A farm film on hogs (McLean County 
System) and farm management. 

Home Canning. (Safety) 

This film shows the very latest up-to- 
date methods of home canning and 
shows the convenient but inexpensive 
equipment necessary to make the task 
an easy one. The canning of the com- 
mon vegetable is shown step by step. 
The use of the sealer in sealing the tin 
cans is shown. The making of jelly and 
the canning of chicken is illustrated. 

Honey Bee, Realm of the. (Safety) 

(4 reels) 

This film depicts comprehensively the 
life history of the honey bee and con- 
tains some unusual close-ups. 

Industrial. (Safety) 

This is a general interest picture 
showing tractors at work on some of 
their many industrial jobs. 

Island of Yesterday, The. (Safety) 

Sumatra, Dutch Hast Indies, native 
life, celebration of pay day, the jungle, 
clearing, the various processes in the 
rubber industry are all shown in this 
film. 

Jungle, Conquering the. (Safety) 

The film depicts the rubber industry 
in Sumatra, road into jungle, natives, 
germination of rubber tree seeds, proc- 
esses. 



Lead Mining and Milling, The Story 

of. (Safety) (3 reels) 

Reel 1. — Pictures relative production 
of lead by countries and states ; pros- 
pecting, driving of tunnels, mining and 
loading of ore. 

Reel 2. — Shows hauling of mine cars 
to shaft by electric locomotive ; empty- 
ing car by rotary dumps ; hoisting ore 
to mill ; crushing ore ; and concentra- 
tion on tables. 

Reel 3. — Depicts concentrating tables ; 
de-watering and stacking of tailings ; 
regrinding of middlings ; filtering and 
drying; and community scenes. 

Learn and Live (Value of First Aid). 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Levee, Working on the. (Safety) 

This film carries a human interest ele- 
ment that runs all the way through the 
picture. Most of the levees along the 
Mississippi have been built by Cater- 
pillar tractors with Negro drivers and 
wagon tenders. The theme of this pic- 
ture is woven around these two. From 
a photograhic standpoint this is a beau- 
tiful film. 

Light of a Race, The. 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Liquid Air. (Safety) 

This picture shows the production of 
liquid air and illustrates a number of 
laboratory experiments — among them 
the operation of an engine whose boiler 
uses a liquid at more than 300 degrees 
below zero F. 

Logging, Northern. (Safety) 

Lumbering in the northern section of 
the United States and Canada in winter 
months. The background of snow 
makes some beautiful scenes. Sled 
logging trains. 

Lumbering in British Columbia. 

(Safety) 

This educational film, replete with 
scenic beauties, shows, in a graphic 
manner, the lumbering operations, from 
the felling of the giant trees to the 
export shipping of the finished product. 

Malaria. (Safety) (3 reels) 
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mosquitoes and malaria. No better 
photography of actual life anywhere. 
Very good for instructional purposes. 

Man Made Miracles. (Safety) 

This film shows how the radio is 
made and explains the importance of 
the radio tube. The picture is instruc- 
tive to technical students and of especial 
interest to radio fans. 

Market-Place, The Nation's. 

(Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Mechanics of the Nation's Market- 
place, The. (Safety) (2 reels) 
This film gives a definite and accurate 
record of the training and education 
given to the youthful employees of the 
New York Stock Exchange. Shows how 
young men are trained for future work 
in finance and big business. 

Microbe, Man Against. (Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Microscope, Beyond the. 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Miner, When a Man's a. (Safety) 

(4 reels) 

A four-reel picture with very interest- 
ing action throughout. The picture has 
a plot which holds the interest of the 
spectators. A lesson in the value of 
safety measures is forcibly taught. A 
very worthwhile picture for entertain- 
ment. 

Mosquitoes. (Safety) (3 reels) 

This film discusses the mosquito as a 
pest affecting man and beast ; varieties 
and life history; safe-guards and meth- 
ods of control. 

National Parks, Roads in Our. 

(Safety) 

The scenic wonders of Yosemite, 
Glacier, Rocky Mountain, Mount Ranier, 
Mount Lassen, and Mesa Verde Na- 
tional Parks make this film one of un- 
usual beauty and interest. 

Niagara, the Glorious. (Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Northwest Coast Resorts. (Safety) 
The tide rises and the tide falls. This 



film depicts ocean beaches which are 
popular playgrounds along the Pacific 
Coast of Oregon and Washington. 

Old and the New, The. (Safety) 

Part of this film was photographed in 
the Pimas Indian Reservation and 
shows the old and new way of land 
reclamation and also shows the contrast 
in crop raising, etc. — an interesting pic- 
ture. 

Orange, Power behind the. (Safety) 
Miles and miles of orange-producing 
trees are beautifully photographed with 
many highly entertaining and interesting 
scenes. Shows use of modern machin- 
ery in production of oranges. Activities 
in an orange packing plant are pictured. 

Orchards, Eastern. (Safety) 

An interesting and entertaining film 
on the subject. Spraying, plowing under 
cover crops, harvesting, pulling dead 
trees, etc., are depicted. 

Panama Canal, The. (Safety) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Paper, The World of. (2 reels) 

This film embraces, in a brief pic- 
torial history, the arts of writing, print- 
ing, and paper making. It shows primi- 
tive races cutting records in stone, 
Egyptians preparing papyrus, and the 
Chinese making the first paper ever used 
by man. The picture culminates in the 
largest modern paper mill, with its elab- 
orate machinery and immense produc- 
tion. 

Partners Three. (4 reels) 

A dramatic human story of youth on 
the farm. Answers the question, 
"Whither our farm boys and girls?" 
Pictures 4-H Club ideals in a story 
written by a club member and acted by 
club members. Produced under the 
guidance and cooperation of leaders in 
the 4-H Club movement. 

Posted, Well. (Safety) (2 reels) 

A farm picture of general interest 
which contrasts the farms of two farm- 
ers, one of whom is a business-like man- 
ager and the other a poor manager. 

Potter's Wheel. 

This film is a study in industrial evo- 
lution and illustrates the manufacture of 
porcelain for electrical apparatus — the 
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turning, glazing, and the final firing in 
huge kilns. 

Power Transformers. (2 reels) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Queen of the Waves. 

This picture tells the story of Ameri- 
can navigation, from the floating logs 
and rude crafts of the primitive natives 
to the massive, electrically propelled 
battleships of today. It is a good pic- 
ture, both as a historical review and as 
a chronicle of technical achievement. 

Rabbit Farming. (Safety) (2 reels) 
This film depicts different breeds of 
domestic rabbits ; rabbitries of various 
types; possibilities of rabbits for meat 
and fur. 

Rails, King of the. (Safety) 

This film depicts the development of 
land transportation from the most 
primitive methods to modern railroad 
electrification. Transportation by the 
Indians, the stone-boat, wheelbarrow, 
horse drawn vehicles, and prairie- 
schooners are produced in their appro- 
priate surroundings. Steam and electric 
locomotives are shown in freight and 
passenger service. 

Ranger's Notebook, Leaves from a. 
Sec description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Reaper, Romance of the. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

This film is one of historical interest. 
Depicts the cutting of .main by reaping 
hook or sickle, scythe, and cradle; 

McCormick's invention of the first 

reaper; evolution of grain harvesting 
machines from McCormick's reaper to 
the harvester-thresher of today. 

Rio, Rollin' Down to. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

Very interesting picture which depicts 
a voyage along the cast coast of South 
America, Scenes in Brazil, Argentina, 
Uruguay; coffee plantations, rattlesnake 
farms, mountains, water falls, cities, 
etc., arc shown. 

River of Deep Waters, The. (Safetj I 
See description of 16mm film by the 

same title. 

Road Maintenance. (Safety) 

After a road is Constructed, it must 

then be kepi in condition. Any im- 



provements or repairs made to it are 
classified as "maintenance." The film 
shows tractors and various road ma- 
chines at work. Good photography. 

Roads, Open. (Safety) 

Keeping the public highways open 
throughout the winter months has long 
been a paying investment. This film 
shows a rotary snow plow busking 10 
foot drifts, and many other interesting 
scenes. 

Roads to Wonderland. (Safety) 

Scenic spots reached by roads that are 
being built by the Federal, State, and 
county governments ; Mount Hood in 
the Oregon National Forest ; Crater 
Lake in Crater Lake National Park; 
and Yosemite National Park. 

Rubber, Romance of. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Safe Bet, A. (2 reels) 

A film on the farm task of corn husk- 
ing. Shows Illinois state corn husking 
contest and the national contest held at 
Norton, Kansas. Includes a human in- 
terest story. 

Salmon Are Caught, How. (Safety) 
See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Salt, Pillars of. 

See description of 16mm him by the 
same title. 

Sheep — Some Leading Breeds. 

(Safety) 

Shows many breeds of sheep includ- 
ing those grown for mutton, those 
grown for wool, and those grown for 
both. Breeds shown include: Leicester, 
( iotSWold, Lincoln, Southdown, Shrop- 
shire, Hampshire, Dorset, Cheviot, Ox- 
ford Down, Merino, Rambouillet, and 
Corriedale. Depicts the shearing of 

sheep and the packing of the wool. 

Ship, The Electric. (Safety) (2 reels) 
In this film the audience is taken on 
a trip from New York to San Francisco 
aboard a new all-elect ric liner. Shows 
many enjoyable and interesting features 

of the trip and also many interesting 
features of the electric ship equipment. 

Sixth Sense— T. C, Your. (Safety) 

This film depicts tin- effect of tem- 
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origin of the thermometer and the 
method of calibration. 

Southern Cross, Under the. (Safety) 
This is a companion picture of Rollin 
dozen to Rio but not a duplicate. 

Steel, The Making of. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

A compact visualization of the steel 
industry. Shows every important phase 
of steel making, from the ore mines of 
Minnesota to the making of rods and 
bars, ready for manufacture into parts 
for machines. Shows melting of iron in 
open hearth furnace with temperature at 
3000 degrees F. 

Steel — Manufacture of Pipe, The 

Story of. (Safety) 

This film depicts the manufacture of 
pipe ; rolling and cutting of blooms ; 
and the inspection and testing of prod- 
ucts. 

Steel — Rails, Rods and Plates, 

The Story of. (Safety) 

This film is devoted to details in the 
manufacture of rails, rods and plates ; 
pictures steps in process through to final 
inspection, cutting and finishing for 
market. 

Steel— Wire Products, The Story of. 

(Safety) 

This film shows the manufacture of 
wire products; preparation of rod; 
drawing of wire ; galvanizing of wire ; 
making wire fence ; winding of wire ; 
and cold rolling of flat stock. 

Stick, The Story of a. 

Pictures the story of felling the trees, 
cutting the logs to length, pulling them 
to a center loading place, the work of 
loading the logs on cars to be sent to 
the mill pond. Shows scenes at the saw 
mill, reforestation and farming the cut 
over land. 

Sugar Trail, The. 

The methods employed in the sugar 
industry are depicted in this film, be- 
ginning with the harvesting of the wild 
beet. Animated statistics illustrate the 
extent of the world's consumption of 
sugar. 

Teeth, Clara Cleans Her. (Safety) 

This film is intended through inci- 
dents of a very plausible story to stress 
the necessity of using the toothbrush 



daily. A motion picture story for chil- 
dren that can be more effective than 
many words in getting them to care for 
their teeth. The film holds interest 
throughout and teaches a lesson force- 
fully. 

Telephone Repeater, The. (Safety) 

This film carefully depicts the tele- 
phone repeater which amplifies the voice 
current at intervals across the country, 
making possible a nation-wide telephone 
service. 

Telephone Together with Trick 
Photography, Putting a. (Safety) 
This film depicts the 5,248 mathe- 
matically calculated movements which 
give life-like action to the component 
part of the telephone, which assembles 
itself before the spectator's eyes. 

Terracing and Earth Moving on the 

Farm. (Safety) 

Shows the various steps in making a 
well farmed terrace. Several methods 
are illustrated. Last part of picture 
illustrates jobs of earth moving on the 
farm. 

Tioga Pass, Over the. (Safety) 

This film depicts a two-day drive 
from Yosemite to Lake Tahoe over the 
Tioga Pass in the high Sierras. Big 
trees, lakes, historical points, high peaks, 
all combine to make this a beautiful pic- 
ture. 

Tracks, Why the? (Safety) 

Compares the performance of the 
track-type and wheel-type tractors. 

Twine, The Making of. (Safety) 

Interesting processes in the manufac- 
ture of binder twine, from the cutting, 
stripping, curing, bleaching, drying, bal- 
ing and shipping of the fiber in Yucatan 
and the far-off Philippine Islands to the 
drawing, spinning, and baling in a large 
twine mill. 

Weather Above, Watching the. 

(Safety) (2 reels) 

Depicts aerial activity; importance of 
weather forecasting to successful avia- 
tion ; how observations are made for 
flying weather forecasts. Of general 
interest. 

Wheels of Progress. (Safety) 

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and the fancy turnout to modern meth- 
ods of transportation. How the gasoline 
engine revolutionized American trans- 
portation and how the motor car and 
the truck are contributing to progress 
and prosperity in the U. S. 

Wild Life Resource, Our. (Safety) 

(2 reels) 

American Fauna as it existed in this 
country in the Sixteenth Century is con- 
trasted with the fauna of today; the 
diminution of wild life and what is 
being done about it is discussed ; many 
wild creatures are shown in their 
natural habitat. 

Wildwood Workers. (Safety) 

This film pictures typical activities of 
the sawyers, axemen, teamsters, and 
bayou boatmen in the great pine forests 
bordering the Gulf of Mexico. 

Wireless, Wizardry of. (2 reels) 

This film begins with the history of 
signal communication — the beacon fire, 
smoke signals, heliograph, semaphore, 



electric telegraph, and telephone. By 
means of animated drawing, the film ex- 
plains the operation of the vacuum tube 
and other apparatus used in radio trans- 
mission and reception. 

Woolen Yarn, A. 

This film depicts the successive steps 
in the wool industry, from sheep-shear- 
ing to the manufacture of cloth. It also 
reviews the history of the industry and 
shows the various methods and ma- 
chines now used in carding, spinning 
and weaving. 

X-Ray, Revelations by. 

See description of 16mm film by the 
same title. 

Yellowstone, Geysers of. (Safety) 

This film features the spectacular 
geysers which have caused our greatest 
national park to become world famous 
for its strange natural phenomena. 

Yoke of the Past, The. (3 reels) 
See description of 16mm film by 
same title. 



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Alphabetical List of Glass Slide Sets 

1. See page 3 for regulations governing the slide service. 

2. Do not expose slides too long to the heat of an arc light. 

3. Replace slides in their proper order. 

4. When unpacking slides, please note carefully how they are packed 
and repack them in the same manner. 

5. Do not try to force slides or packing boards when packing. Pack 
them snugly but do not force them or damage will be done. 

6. Handling of slides with the fingers on the glass surfaces may destroy 
much of the clearness of the picture on the screen. 

Note — Following the description of the slides (in parentheses) is given 
first, the number of slides in the set ; second, whether slides are plain or 
colored; and third, whether there is a manuscript which explains the in- 
dividual slides. 



/Eneas, The Wandering of. 

These slides illustrate the first six 
books of the ^Eneid. (50, plain, descrip- 
tive notes). 

Alfalfa on Every Farm. 

These slides set forth some of the 
main points that will lead to a better 
understanding of the benefits derived 
from growing alfalfa. How to get 
alfalfa started; how to care for it. 
Shows distribution in U. S. ; cutting ; 
food values ; alfalfa and nitrogen ; lime ; 
inoculation; drilling; haying; stacks. 
(59, partly colored, descriptive notes). 

American Farm Home, Make Its 
Work Easier. 

Home making is the noblest of pro- 
fessions but the sorriest of trades. A 
good home provides comfort, profit, and 
pleasure. Attractive home ; flowers, 
shrubs ; well arranged kitchen ; screen ; 
water supply ; power machines for the 
farm home; septic tank; what to eat; 
garden; poultry; etc. (59, plain, de- 
scriptive notes). 

Beetle, The Japanese. 

This set illustrates the life history of 
the Japanese beetle, the damage done by 
it, and the methods of controlling it. 
(37, plain, descriptive notes). 

Caesar, Julius: His Career. 

This is an excellent set. Map of 
Roman dominions ; Map of Rome ; 
Marius; Sulla; Pompey; Roman 
Schools ; Caesar ; Gladiatorial Combat ; 
Roman Army; Captive Gauls; attack 



on German village ; Csesar Crossing the 
Rubicon ; Cleopatra and Caesar ; Brutus ; 
Assassination of Caesar; Anthony's 
Oration. (51, plain, descriptive notes). 

Caesar, Julius: The Gallic Wars. 

This set of slides illustrates many in- 
cidents in connection with the Gallic 
Wars. (50, plain, descriptive notes). 

Canada, Coast to Coast. 

A cross section of Canadian develop- 
ment showing some of the industries, 
scenery, and cities of this country. A 
wonderful group of slides descriptive of 
the scenic beauties and industries of 
Canada. Map showing forest and forest 
industries ; other maps, harbors ; fishing 
industry ; agriculture ; cities and towns ; 
paper making industry. (100, colored, 
descriptive notes). 

Canada, Geography of. 

Practically same as the set "Canada, 
From Coast to Coast" with the excep- 
tion that those slides not dealing spe- 
cifically with geography have been elim- 
inated. Agriculture ; transportation ; 
mining; forestry; fishing; and scenic. 
(75, colored, each slide titled). 

Canada's Arable Lands and 
Agriculture Development. 

Maps showing distribution of arable 
lands and different crop areas. Typical 
agriculture scenes. Orchards ; crops ; 
power farming; ranches; herds of 
stock; irrigation projects; prairies. 
Planting; harvesting; and threshing. 
(62, colored, descriptive notes). 



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Cicero. 

This set of slides deals chiefly with 
the orations read in Latin classes in 
high schools. (50, plain, descriptive 
notes). 

Corn, America's Greatest Crop. 

These slides and lectures were de- 
signed to impress upon the corn-growers 
of the United States the great oppor- 
tunity for the improvement of the yield 
and quality of the corn crop. Much im- 
provement may be made by putting into 
practice a few simple methods at little 
or no extra cost. Gathering and caring 
for seed; shelling; grading; testing; 
planting, and cultivating. Shows the 
root worm, root louse, and grub. (59, 
colored, descriptive notes). 

Dairying. 

This set of slides illustrates the fact 
that the cow makes farming more profit- 
able. The cow as a producer; types of 
dairy breeds ; poor cattle ; pure breed 
sires; calf clubs; silos, various types; 
use of alfalfa; feed lot; pure water; 
types of dairy barns; sanitary methods; 
milking machines; separators. (59, 
partly colored, descriptive notes). 

Electricity — A General Science Unit. 
This is a fine set edited by Dr. Webb, 
of Peabody College, and is correlated 
with the North Central Association 
course for this unit. (20, plain, excellent 
teacher's guide). 

Farm Sanitation. 

This set of slides illustrates many 
aspects of farm sewerage and sanitation. 
Relation of privy and well; how to 
drain kitchen sink; cesspool; septic 
tank. (32, plain, descriptive notes). 

Flies and Their Control. 

Illustrates eggs, larvae, pupae, and 
adult flies. Shows dangers to health 
from Hies; breeding places of flies; 
conditions favoring fly menace; and 
methods of destroying flies. (52, plain). 

Hen, Selecting the Laying. 

This set of slides pictures the methods 

of culling the poultry flock. Shows 

physical characteristics by which the 

good egg producer can he recognized. 
( 36, plain, descripl i\ e notes ). 

Honey Bee, Anatomy of the. 

A very complete set of slides illus- 
trating the anatomy of the honey bee. 



Egg, larva, and pupa ; entire body of 
worker bee ; face of bee ; head of 
worker bee; mouth parts of the worker; 
wings; legs; and abdomen. (31, plain, 
descriptive notes) . 

Honey Bee, The Life History and 
Behavior of the. 

This general set on the honey bee 
shows queens, workers, and drones ; 
life in hive; worker and drone brood; 
queen cells ; larvae ; young bees ; comb 
honey; extracting machine; etc. (35, 
plain, descriptive notes). 

Illinois, Geography of. 

A set of hand colored slides selected 
by Professor W. O. Blanchard of the 
University of Illinois and duplicate in 
large part of the illustrations in 
Brigham - McFarlene - Blanchard Geog- 
raphy Series (grade 5). (109, colored, 
each slide is titled). 

Insects, Importance of to Man. 

Importance, abundance, and nature of 
insects. Injury to crops and animals; 
carriers of diseases; their value to man; 
their structure and physiology; funda- 
mental principles of insect control. (25, 
plain, descriptive notes). 

Insects, The Structure of. 

I lead and mouth parts of grasshopper 
and of caterpillar; life stages of mos- 
quito; heart and nervous systems of a 
grasshopper; reproductive organs of 
moth; grasshopper laying eggs. (19, 
plain, descripth e notes). 

Livestock on Every Farm. 

The purpose of this set of slides is to 
show the advantages of live stock farm- 
ing. Necessity of pure-bred stock. Ad- 
vantages of diversified farming and the 

importance of livestock on every farm; 
soil fertility; manure pit; silo; fodder; 
sanitation. (59 slides, partly colored, 
descriptive). 

Macbeth. 

These slides give an illustrative hack- 
mound for the Shakespearian play 
"Macbeth." (20, plain, descriptive notes 

for each slide) . 

Mouth, Policing the. 

These slides wire made under the 

direction of Mr. VV. \Y. Peters of the 
Cleanliness Institute, New York City. 

The set is built around the fact that a 
very high per cent of the organisms in 



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communicable diseases enter or leave 
the body through the mouth or nose. 
The importance of hygienic and sanitary 
measures is forcefully stressed. (39, 
colored, descriptive notes). 

Plant Propagation. 

This set illustrates the different 
aspects of plant propagation. Germina- 
tion ; preparing soil ; potting cuttings ; 
preparing hotbed ; grafting ; successive 
steps in whip grafting, inlay grafting 
and budding. (49, plain, descriptive 
notes). 

Plants: Living Things. 

This set is also a general science unit, 
edited by Dr. Webb. Closely correlated 
with N. C. A. recommended course. 
(20, plain, excellent teacher's guide). 

Pork, and How to Cook It. 

This new set of slides is rather well 
described by its title. Illustrates the 
ways of preparing pork cuts for the 
table. (60, plain, descriptive notes). 

Poultry. 

This set of slides illustrates how one 
can make more from poultry farming. 
Poor and good types of hens; housing; 
feeding; care of baby chicks; equip- 
ment for poultry farming. (59, partly 
colored, descriptive notes). 

Quebec, The Province of. 

This is a beautiful set of colored 
slides showing many interesting features 
of the province of Quebec. Buildings ; 
monuments ; cities ; rivers ; rural 
scenes; crops; industries. (71, colored, 
descriptive notes). 

Rats, How to Get Rid of. 

This set shows the types of damage 
done by rats and various methods of rat 
control. Breeding places of rats ; rat 
highways; annual* cost of rats. (55, 
plain, descriptive notes). 

Reclamation, Story of. 

This set of slides pictures many of 
the federal drainage projects: Jackson 
Lake Dam ; Elephant Butte Dam ; Path- 
finder Dam ; Arrowrock Dam. Pictures 
man} r crops growing on reclaimed land. 
Teaches the great importance of this 
work. (59, colored, descriptive notes). 

Roman Communication and Travel. 

These slides illustrate the roads, 
bridges, streets, and means of travel 



used by the Romans. (50, plain, de- 
scriptive notes). 

Roman Games and Amusements. 

Illustrates many games played by 
Romans: game of the rope, hide and 
seek, cock fight, ball, victor and van- 
quished, dice. Also many Roman 
amusements are illustrated: swimming, 
chariot races, theater, gladiatorial com- 
bat. (50, plain, descriptive notes). 

Roman House, The. 

Illustrates Roman street, various 
Roman houses, pottery, paintings, panels, 
furniture, kitchen utensils, etc., of 
Roman houses. (50, plain, descriptive 
notes). 

Roman Mythology. 

This set illustrates many striking epi- 
sodes in Ovid and Virgil. An interesting 
set. (61, plain, descriptive notes). 

Roman Trades and Crafts. 

These slides illustrate plows, spades, 
agriculture implements, mills, etc., used 
by the Romans. Roman blacksmiths, 
cobblers, gold smiths, architects, carpen- 
ters, masons, and stone cutters are pic- 
tured. (50, plain, descriptive). 

Roman Wearing Apparel and 
Ornaments. 

These slides show various coiffeures, 
togas, tunics, petasus, stolas, foot wear, 
beards, etc., worn by the Romans. (50, 
plain, descriptive notes). 

Soap and Water, A Tale of. 

This set of slides emphasizes cleanli- 
ness and sanitation. The historical 
progress of cleanliness is very well 
shown in this set of slides. From the 
"Old Stone Age" to the modern bathtub 
with interesting views of Roman baths 
and other types of bathing. (42, colored, 
descriptive notes). 

Soil Erosion, A National Menace. 

A very complete set of slides showing 
the damage to farm and grazing lands 
caused by unrestrained erosion. Also 
illustrates means of control and protec- 
tion with terraces, trees, and grass. 
Types of dams and obstructions. (95, 
partly colored, descriptive notes). 

Soil Productive, Make the. 

This set is not a technical treatment 
of the soil. Its purpose is to encourage 
the practice of diversified farming and 
the growing of live stock as means to 



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the end of maintaining the fertility of 
the soil. Many helpful suggestions are 
offered. (59, partly colored, descriptive 
notes). 

Swine Project in Vocational Agri- 
culture, The. 

This set of slides illustrates the im- 
portant jobs which may be performed 
by students of agriculture in the de- 
velopment of skill and competency in 
the management of a swine enterprise. 
Treats the problem from the selection 
of the breed gilt to the swine show. 
(29, partly colored, descriptive slides). 

Tuberculosis from Live Stock and 
Poultry, Eradication of. 

These slides illustrate the importance 
of eradicating disease both as an eco- 



nomic and a public health problem. Pre- 
pared by the U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture in cooperation with the Tuber- 
culosis Eradication Division, Bureau of 
Animal Industry. (£8, plain, descriptive 
notes). 

Virgil. 

This set of slides illustrates the 
^Eneid. (51, plain, descriptive notes). 

Washington, Seeing. 

This set is a very fine collection of 
photographs descriptive of Washington, 
D. C. Shows map of Washington ; 
Senate Office Building; Library of 
Congress; Treasury Building; White 
House; etc. (55, colored, descriptive 
notes). 



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